Read Democrat Dave Gioliello’s 12 pledges for mayor

David Gioiello, the Democrat running for mayor in Shelton, has announced 12 pledges as part of his campaign. On Monday, Gioiello released a signed document with the written promises.

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David Gioiello

Gioiello, who also is Shelton Democratic Town Committee chairman, is running against 11-term Republican Mayor Mark Lauretti.

The pledges include proposing no tax increase during his first year in office or to work for free as mayor that year; to avoid transactions that could be viewed as improper or a conflict of interest; and to listen to people’s ideas — including criticism — without dismissing them as personal attacks.

Here in full is the text of his pledge document:

 

I, David Gioiello, hereby make the following pledges that I intend to fulfill if I am elected mayor of Shelton:

 

1. I pledge to keep property taxes low and stable for the benefit of Shelton’s residents and business development. Further for fiscal year 2014-15 I will propose a zero increase in property taxes or will work for free for the fiscal year.

 

2. I pledge to present fiscally sound budgets.

 

3. I pledge to immediately work on restoring your trust and faith in our city government given the scandals that have plagued Shelton for years.

 

4. I pledge to hold all city employees responsible for illegal or unethical conduct.

 

5. I pledge to not enter into any transaction which may be perceived as improper or as a conflict of interest with my position as mayor.

 

6. I pledge to run my administration in an open and transparent manner.

 

7. I pledge to treat every fire code violation as serious in nature.

 

8. I pledge to work with the Board of Education and continuously evaluate the security in our schools in an effort to ensure the safety of our children.

 

9. I pledge to support the appropriate funding of our school system for the betterment of our children’s education.

 

10. I pledge to listen respectfully to ideas, suggestions, critiques or questions from all residents and to not dismiss them as “personal attacks.”

 

11. I pledge to personally refuse any free memberships or other gifts.

 

12. I pledge to work my hardest to make Shelton a great place to live, to work and to do business.

 

 

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